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Mohawkk

Painting With An Airbrush

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I am still playing around a bit with mixed results.

First up is my oz rally proxy car. I painted the yellow first out of a can as I still have a lot tamiya cans left over. the blue was from the air brush.

I did have a problem with crazing because I tried a new clear..... wont be trying it again :lol:

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Now with the crazing and it being a rally car the fix was relatively straight forward.

 

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The shading is done with the airbrush and the darker mud spots are flicked with a brush. The weathering is a bit heavier than I would like but was needed to cover the F*#$ up.

 

Other examples using standard liveries.

 

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And a Porsche that has just completed 24hrs

 

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Love,

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It was a cheap tin of enamel clear, It seemed to be alright but I put another coat of tamiya clear over the top of the enamel and thats when I noticed it.


Love,

Kai smileyhawk.jpg

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